Vin Scully, and Dodgers, in focus

vin-scully-lifemag.jpgSports has posted a gallery of photos spanning the career of Vin Scully, who the magazine notes was the youngest announcer to work a World Series at age 25 in 1953. This shot, from SI's Phil Bath, is from 1964. On Sunday, a civic crisis was averted when Mr. Los Angeles said he would return for next season.


  • The Times landed a Column One story, long in the works, on the marriage of Frank and Jamie McCourt, in advance of Monday's trial date.
  • Bob Timmermann at Native Intelligence examines the Times' Sports staff's war on Matt Kemp.
  • Pundits around baseball continue to discuss where Manny Ramirez might spend the rest of the season if he and the Dodgers part ways.

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